v1.290/291/292 software updates
From the CHANGE_LOG file:
v1.290 June 12, 2019
UI changes for devices with small screens: (phones or tablets)
Clicking control panel navbar "Off" icon repeatedly will toggle the top bar visibilities.
Similar to how 'y' shortcut key functions with desktop browsers.
For narrow phone-width screens the control panel is scaled to fit the screen width
if the phone is being held in "portrait" orientation when connecting to the Kiwi.
Support for "masked" frequencies where the audio is muted and the waterfall blanked.
Designed to help deter users who camp on particular frequencies for long periods of time.
As admin create DX label(s) with a type value of "masked". When any part of the current
passband crosses into the masked area the audio is muted. The mode of the label determines
the width of the masked/blanked area (as seen on the waterfall). Custom label passbands apply
so you can precisely control which frequencies are masked.
S-meter extension now has selectable averaging. Previously, when the measurement speed
speed was low, the multiple S-meter samples were plotted along the same x-axis position.
Also, the speed slider now selects an inverse power of two samples (was linear).
The maximum measurement interval (1/4096) is now roughly 1.5 minutes.
Support for cloning Kiwi configuration files from another running Kiwi. See new user interface
on the admin config tab. This is intended for owners of multiple Kiwis (yes they exist!)
that want an easy way to replicate an existing configuration before further customization.
All of the relevant files in /root/kiwi.config are cloned including kiwi.json, admin.json,
dx.json and config.js (band definitions). Option to clone only the dx.json file.
Better trackpad/mouse-wheel waterfall zoom behavior.
Previously the trackpad response was too sensitive causing the zoom to go full max/min
instantly for a small trackpad movement even though a mouse wheel worked reasonably.
Proxy support for variable port number.
Previously only one Kiwi could be proxied per public ip address.
Now multiple Kiwis with different local port numbers can use the proxy service behind
a router with a single public ip/global-port. The Kiwis are differentiated by their
host names on the proxy. E.g. mykiwi1.proxy.kiwisdr.com:8073/ and
mykiwi2.proxy.kiwisdr.com:8073/ (note both port 8073) where mykiwi1 could be on
local network port 8073 and mykiwi2 on local port 8074.